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What's in Store for HIV Prevention in the Future?

September 20, 2016

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What's in Store for HIV Prevention in the Future?

Once upon a time, our HIV prevention toolkit consisted of just one lousy, dull instrument: condoms.

Nowadays, we have not only condoms in all colors, shapes and sizes, but also female condoms (hint: you don't have to be female to use them), pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) and the mama of all discoveries: HIV treatment as prevention (TasP). And exciting research keeps chugging along, seeking provide even more, safer, sexier, accessible ways for people living with and without HIV to get down without concern about HIV transmission.

Here are a few of the tools currently in the study "pipeline" that will shape the future of HIV prevention.

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